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Group 2 -

Jaspreet Singh Nandre (20)


Shakti Chhotaray (45)
Sudhal Sethy (54)
Surjya Das (55)
Off the Job Training
Methods
 Trainee is separated from the job
environment
 Study materials
 Fully concentrate on
learning rather than
performing
 Freedom of expression
Types of Off the Job
methods
 Lecture Methods
 Video Presentation
 Vestibule Training
 Outbound Training
Vestibule Training
 Actual work conditions are simulated
 Materials, files and equipments are used
 Used for training people for clerical and
semi skilled jobs.
 Duration ranges from
few days to a few weeks
 Theory can be related to
practice here
PROS –
 Training becomes more reality-based
 Directly applies to jobs after training.
 Increases the chances of retention

CONS –
 Time consuming
 Trainer has to be very skilled
 There has to be elaborate setups for the
same
Outbound Training
 Outdoor and action-oriented programs
through experiential learning
 Develops Leadership, teamwork and
risk-taking abilities
 Interesting as compared to
classroom leaning
 Conducted by professionals
who are very cooperative
PROS –
 Trainees can immediately see the

consequences of wrong actions


 Materialistically enhance their thinking and

behaviour

CONS –
 Work time has to be allotted for it

 Interest of the participants is required


Lecture Method
 Lecture is traditional & direct
method of instruction.
 It is a verbal presentation of
information by an instructor to
a large audience.
 The lecture must motivate & create interest
among the trainees in order to become
effective
 It is presumed to posses a considerable
depth of knowledge of subject at hand.
 This method is used mainly in college and
universities
PROS –
 Less time required for preparation

 Provides lots of information quickly

 Cost per trainee is very low

CONS –
 Does not involve trainees too much

 Trainees may forget the teaching as it is

presented only orally


Video Presentations
 Content for the training experience
comes primarily from a videotape or
computer-based program.
 Interest of the audience can be
maintained by showing them
audio visuals
 Easy to handle and explain
 Provides a lot of content
to talk about
PROS –
 Easy to train and the trainer can follow up

with questions and discussions


 Assured to provide same information to all

the trainees

CONS –
 Expensive to develop

 Such type of training has to be outsourced


which may make the training less content
specific.